In the HCP Team, you will find that our Core Values are at the heart of our identity: 

  • Excellence & Integrity
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Respect for Each Other
  • Sustainable Growth & Profitability
  • Outstanding Work Environment

In essence, our Core Values identify and support the Team’s vision, shape the culture and reflect all that personally and professionally we value.

At HCP, you will find a firm that cultivates each team member’s professional and personal goals – we believe and strive for a “Win – Win” (a Win for the Individual Team Member (Employee) / a Win for the Team (firm), a balanced environment.  To cultivate this HCP provides:

  • Competitive Benefits & Compensation;
  • Technical tools to enable each Team Member to work effectively and efficiently; and
  • Foster a Diverse & Inclusive Working Environment.



If you are interested in learning more about our open positions and joining our team, please forward via email your Resume with Cover Letter and Salary Requirements to  In the Subject Line please enter the position of interest.



Estate Planning Associate Attorney


Under the supervision of the head of the Estates & Trust Practice Group the associate will bring the talent and experience necessary to independently analyze complicated financial matters and make recommendations to clients with regards to estate planning strategies.  These services are designed to accomplish our clients’ non-tax objectives in a tax-optimized manner.


♦ JD from a top-tier law school

♦ Recent experience working with complex tax matters.

♦ Licensed to practice law in the state of California.

Please do not apply if you do not meet these bullets above as they are a requirement and non-negotiable.

♦ LLM in tax is desired, but it may be substituted with the right depth of experience.


♦ Full-Time / Exempt.   

♦ This is a partnership track position.

Executive Assistant


Under the supervision of the COO/CFO the Executive Assistant will support the COO/CFO and the Executive Management team with a variety of day-to-day, hands-on administrative duties.


♦Administrative team – coordinate administrative team, enabling the team to function fully and smoothly on a daily basis; monitor reception and administrative personnel to support each other, attorneys and paralegals by leading by example in servant leadership and customer service.

♦Staff meeting – participate and assist with team-building segments and trainings/cross-trainings to help our administrative team recognize and utilize their strengths, and provide guidance in their developmental areas.

♦ Billing – provide billing assistance and serve as a backup support as necessary, ensuring that billing cycle is completed on time, as well as cross-training of select administrative personnel.

♦Facility and IT – serve as a liaison with building management and IT contractor, respectively, making sure that needed services are handled timely and appropriately.


♦Executive Assistant (executive assistance to C-level officers) experience in a professional service firm required. Law firm experience preferred.

♦ Knowledge of bookkeeping principles a plus.

♦Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Familiarity with Timeslips a plus. 

♦ Experience with writing reports.

♦ Experience with event planning, organization and execution.

♦ Detailed and deadline-oriented.

♦ Ability to maintain confidentiality and use good judgment.

♦ Ability to prioritize and multitask a variety of projects.

♦ Ability to motivate a team, monitor workflow and delegate as needed.

♦Possess the following skills – project management, problem-solving, analytical, organizational, and interpersonal and communication skills.

♦ Proactive and service-oriented with a client-centric mindset.


♦ Full-Time / Non-Exempt.



This position serves as a division paralegal, supporting partner and associate attorneys in client matters and scheduling.


♦ Draft, edit and proofread documents – letters, mediation records, including creating and revising flowcharts and presentations.

♦ Provide paralegal assistance to senior partners as requested regarding exempt organization matters, estate planning, and/or family law cases.

♦ Conduct research, summarize and report findings.

♦ Maintain active chart of client matters on an ongoing basis.

♦ Update and manage client/attorney court calendaring. Ensure prior notice of deadlines and notification of clients for filing, appearances, and hearings.

♦ Calendar firm-related administrative and tax deadlines via CompuLaw.

♦ Print and distribute firm deadline calendars on a weekly basis.

♦Marketing: Communicate and network with potential client referral sources; continually grow Constant Contact distribution list; prepare and transmit monthly newsletters.

♦Client and vendor communication – telephone calls, conference calls, e-mail correspondence, mailing and faxing documents, in-person meetings.


♦ Practicing paralegal experience for at least three years.

♦Experience with document production and organization, calendar management, client services and communication.

♦ Professional knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio).  Word Perfect a plus. 

♦Familiarity with Timeslips, Lawgic, (BNA Estate and Gift Tax 706 Preparer – For EP Practice,) and all other reference materials or software used by the firm.

♦ Ability to work well within a team and support multiple attorneys.

♦ Ability to multitask, prioritize workloads with changing priorities.

♦ Ability to maintain confidentiality and use good judgment. 

♦ Excellent editing, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

♦ Detailed and deadline-oriented.

♦ Proactive and service-oriented with a client-centric mindset. 

♦Ability to adhere to timekeeping (including punctuality) and other general policies and procedures.


♦ Full-Time / Non-Exempt.